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Mursion's working with SpEd leaders to develop meaningful practice opportunities that will allow teacher candidates and educators across k-12 school systems to support students on the dyslexia spectrum in equitable and innovative ways.
The Ed. Partners Team at Mursion is thrilled to partner with Georgia Southern University to develop new avatars and simulations that will provide educators with an expanded toolkit to serve students on the dyslexia spectrum.
This one-of-a-kind project is in response to legislation that emphasizes early screening and intervention for students with literacy gaps. Mursion is excited to present this opportunity to our larger Education Partners community. These new simulations will allow students across the nation to experience expanded access to high quality teaching and learning.
We look forward to sharing our initial thinking and learning together as we ideate what's possible for educators and students.
- Kate Zimmer, Kennesaw State University